October 3, 2010

Monday Morning Link Dump: October 4

It seems like the baseball world (or at least the blogosphere) was all a twitter (see what I did there?) about Ken Burns' latest opus "Baseball: The Tenth Inning".

Here's what some bloggers had to say.

Leading Off

Apparently there was a panel discussion George Washington University and THIS is what it looked and sounded like. (Phillies Nation)

Much was made of the "Jose Canseco Milkshake". Larry over at Wezen-Ball broke down its origin. (Wezen-Ball)

Filmmaker Ken Burns talks about the process of putting "Baseball: The Tenth Inning" together. (Kansas City Star)

Extra Innings

Farewell Bobby Cox. Oh wait...you've got a date for the playoffs first. Nevermind. (Tomahawk Talk)

Good friend of The Hall, Padres minor leaguer Matt Antonelli has taken to lying about how he broke his hand. (The Official Blog of Matt Antonelli)

Big League Tweet of the Week

@JoseCanseco: Easr bound and out is based on my life ,I wish the producers would contact me I can help them with more info

The Walk Off

There aren't too many people out there that make me absolutely giddy when I see the post something on Twitter. Suffice it to say, Jose Canseco is one that does and watching his failures in life is one of my favorite pasttimes. (The Toronto Star)

And in case you missed them...here are a few pieces that The Hall of Very Good put out this week.

Ken Burns and the "Jose Canseco Milkshake"
Talkin' Baseball with Mather Zickel

Twitter Tuesday: David Price

Have you found something of interest? What me to see it?!? Leave a comment, drop me an email at
hallofverygood@yahoo.com or hit up The Hall on Twitter at @HOVG.

See you around, gang!



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